Sneezy The Squirrel

A university student has struck up an incredible relationship with a tiny squirrel named Sneezy – who is totally NUTS about hats. Animal-loving Mary Krupa, 18, started feeding peanuts to the squirrels on her campus at Penn State in Pennsylvania, USA, at the beginning of the school year. Over time she noticed they were becoming more friendly and inching closer to her – with one in particular comfortable enough to eat straight from her hand.

A university student has struck up an incredible relationship with a tiny squirrel named Sneezy - who is totally NUTS about hats. Animal-loving Mary Krupa, 18, started feeding peanuts to the squirrels on her campus at Penn State in Pennsylvania, USA, at the beginning of the school year. Over time she noticed they were becoming more friendly and inching closer to her - with one in particular comfortable enough to eat straight from her hand.

A university student has struck up an incredible relationship with a tiny squirrel named Sneezy - who is totally NUTS about hats. Animal-loving Mary Krupa, 18, started feeding peanuts to the squirrels on her campus at Penn State in Pennsylvania, USA, at the beginning of the school year. Over time she noticed they were becoming more friendly and inching closer to her - with one in particular comfortable enough to eat straight from her hand.

A university student has struck up an incredible relationship with a tiny squirrel named Sneezy - who is totally NUTS about hats. Animal-loving Mary Krupa, 18, started feeding peanuts to the squirrels on her campus at Penn State in Pennsylvania, USA, at the beginning of the school year. Over time she noticed they were becoming more friendly and inching closer to her - with one in particular comfortable enough to eat straight from her hand.

A university student has struck up an incredible relationship with a tiny squirrel named Sneezy - who is totally NUTS about hats. Animal-loving Mary Krupa, 18, started feeding peanuts to the squirrels on her campus at Penn State in Pennsylvania, USA, at the beginning of the school year. Over time she noticed they were becoming more friendly and inching closer to her - with one in particular comfortable enough to eat straight from her hand.